Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners announced their new office, releasing the film ’The Leadenhall Building’

Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners has released a new film entitled ’The Leadenhall Building’ to coincide with the announcement of the practice’s deal to make level 14 of the building its new home.

Following the successful ’Making the Leadenhall’ released in 2013, ’The Leadenhall Building’ by photographer Paul Raftery and film maker Dan Lowe, completes the story of the construction of the building by taking the viewer inside to discover the interiors and panoramic views.

Shot over two years from different vantage points and through varying seasons and times of day, the time-lapse film uses more than 320,000 images. It was shot on DSLR cameras with a range of lenses (including tilt and shift, telephoto and extreme wide angle) to beautifully showcase the building and its impact on the London skyline.

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